Caring for Yourself
tools for caring for yourself
- Wellness Wheel and Assessment
- Stress Reduction
- Quiet Kit: Guided Meditation for Beginners
- Self-Compassion Resources
- Beginning Therapy
- Resiliency Resources
- ULifeline Self-Evaluator
- Skills & Support for Coping with Suicidal Thoughts
- Self-Care Mobile Apps
These one-minute stress strategies (including tension release and breathing exercises) are simple, and they can make a real difference in how you handle stress.
Stress Reduction Downloads
Free audio and video downloads designed to lower levels of stress, ease muscle tension, calm your mind, and direct your focus. You can easily use these to start your day, or as a respite between tasks or activities. These downloads are not intended to replace treatment or therapy, but rather as one of several stress management tools in your life.
Midterms Stressbuster Tips
Princeton undergrads share how they handle stress during midterms.
QuietKit.com can help you start meditation at your own pace. With audio guides of 2 - 10 minutes, you can select the best meditation length for you and slowly build your meditation skills.
“The Most Introverted Sasha Fierce" is a podcast that addresses concerns regarding insurance, finding the right therapist, and continuing therapy in its first 15 minutes. A good resource for anyone who might have some questions about starting therapy.
Videos that introduce self-help skills that emphasize your capacity to change your cognitive, emotive, and behavioral processes.
Interested in a self-screening for common mental health conditions? Check out this ULifeline Self-Evaluator.
Exercises and videos at NowMattersNow.org that provide strategies and understanding to help those struggling with suicidal thoughts. These tools are useful to many people, regardless of mental health problems.
Mobile applications related to meditation, sleep, and mindfulness.